Franch Replica Handbags Louis Vuitton Pochette Monogram Metis Brown Canvas Satchel

By | June 15, 2018


For starers, I like the overall form of the Twist MM. Any bag that can be worn both over the shoulder and crossbody is one that I believe ideal for me. I love the semi automatic strap, and that I feel that is one huge plus of this tote! I also really like how the bag comes with an enjoyable take on classic monogram, and is also blended with black leather. One of my greatest pet peeves is blending LV monogram with all of the black I wear! I know that it’s classic and may totally be achieved, but the fact that this bag has both brown and black in it makes it even better. The red floral is eye-catching and enjoyable, and also the LV twistable lock, that’s the bag’s namesake attribute, completes the tote. I would also like to wear this at night with a fantastic set of heels and a fun outfit! The bag has two inside slit pockets–one on front inside with a removable mirror and one on the rear interior. The overall dimensions of this Twist MM are 9.1″ x 7.1″ x 3.1″, which retails for $4,200 via Louis Vuitton.Without really realizing it, there are probably some aesthetic cues and details that read to you as particularly Louis Vuitton. Beyond the apparent logos and prints, perhaps it’s a certain type of stitching or closure, or the specific manner a manage attachment or zipper is shaped, or perhaps the way the leather is completed. They’re difficult to describe one, but collectively, they are what make you look at a new tote and guess it’s from one place or another, absent a clear emblem.


  • For me personally, this tote is a pass, but I could see it being adored by other people–we would like to know whether you’d love it or abandon it in the comments.A brand new year always means new items on the handbag front, and a few days ago we spotted one that really excited us the Louis Vuitton Neonoe Bag, one of the brand’s most popular new designs and an ideal illustration of the strong direction where the brand is led, now comes in leather. Epi leather, to be accurate, and six colors of it.The Neonoe has always been geared toward a few trends that Mansur Gavriel started: first, the trend behind minimalist bucket bags, and second, the tendency for contrasting, pop-of-color lining. Five of those six Epi colors now available have a different colour on the interior, with black being the only shade to go completely monotone. Dimensions for the Epi and monogram Neonoes seem to have been taken differently and I am not sure which collection is true, but dependent on photos, the 2 bags do seem to be approximately the exact same size, which is a bit more than 10″ across. They also have the same interior arrangement, using a centre zip pocket that divides the main compartment into two evenly sized chunks. That’s a massive help and a wise design attribute for a bucket tote, which may otherwise be something of a black hole for your possessions.Other compared to the material, the biggest difference between the Epi and monogram Neonoes is at the handle. The Epi comes with an adjustable shoulder strap exactly like the monogram has, and this can be abbreviated from shoulder handle or lengthened for crossbody, but additionally, it has a short top handle, should you need to carry the bag in the crook of your arm. Both straps are entirely removable, and they can also but attached into the bag simultaneously, which provides carriers a good set of flexible options.Because it’s made from leather, of course, that the Epi Neonoe is also more costly than the original; this one is priced at $2,080, compared to $1,450 for monogram.


  • Next, I constantly always carry laptops around with me in my purse (I’ve done this because I was a small girl!) . I love to continue To do lists, packing lists, etc., and sometimes arbitrary jolts of inspiration will strike while I’m out and I want somewhere to jot them down. I picked up these notebooks from Target at the office supplies department. The polka dotted one states “Goal Digger” – they are cute & a reminder to go after your dreams!I also take a few pens – my mother bought me the adorable Golden Retriever pencil so that it’s sentimental to me! My favourite pen to write with predicated on caliber is this Acroball pencil from Target. I’ve got a zillion of these around my home and they are the only pens I’ll use.You can always find a pair of sunglasses in my bag! My favorites right now are such Celine aviators. I’ve been sporting them nonstop, they’re really lightweight and match my face perfectly!I’m the lady that always has snacks stashed in her tote – I am always out running errands and recognize I’m hungry! I like these 100 calorie packs of whole almonds & walnuts (sometimes I purchase only the almonds) because they’re a fast, healthy snack. I am now hoping to avoid processed foods as much as possible, which explains why I turn to entire nuts rather than a granola bar or some thing processed!Next is this gorgeous Louis Vuitton Pallas wallet which I picked up in Charleston. I don’t use this wallet daily because I normally use my key pouch – however I purchased it to use several upcoming trips. It has a lot of compartments for cards, a passport, travel documents, etc., and also it is pretty small so it fits in smaller purses such as crossbody bags. I believe it’s going to be a fantastic travel wallet, particularly if you’re going from the country! The two pictures above show the front and rear view. I really like the way the “Rose Ballerine” colour complements the standard monogram print.


  • For starers, I love the overall form of this Twist MM. Any bag which can be worn across the shoulder and crossbody is one that I consider ideal for me. I love the semi automatic strap, and that I feel that is just one huge plus of the tote! I also really like how the bag features a fun take on classic monogram, also can also be blended with black leather. One of my greatest pet peeves is mixing LV monogram with all the black I wear! I know that it’s classic and can totally be achieved, but the fact that this bag has both brown and black inside makes it better. The floral is eye-catching and fun, along with the LV twistable lock, that’s the bag’s namesake feature, completes the bag. I would also love to wear this during the night with a great pair of heels and a fun outfit! The bag has two interior pockets–one on the front inside with a removable mirror and one on the back interior. The total dimensions of the Twist MM are 9.1″ x 7.1″ x 3.1″, which retails for $4,200 via Louis Vuitton.Without really realizing it, there are probably some aesthetic cues and details that read for you as especially Louis Vuitton. Beyond the apparent logos and prints, or perhaps it is a particular kind of stitching or closure, or the particular way a handle zipper or attachment is shaped, or maybe how the leather is completed. They’re difficult to describe one by one, but together, they’re what make you have a look at a new bag and guess it is from 1 spot or another, absent a clear logo.

  • For starers, I love the overall form of this Twist MM. Any bag which can be worn across the shoulder and crossbody is one that I consider ideal for me. I love the semi automatic strap, and that I feel that is just one huge plus of the tote! I also really like how the bag features a fun take on classic monogram, also can also be blended with black leather. One of my greatest pet peeves is mixing LV monogram with all the black I wear! I know that it’s classic and can totally be achieved, but the fact that this bag has both brown and black inside makes it better. The floral is eye-catching and fun, along with the LV twistable lock, that’s the bag’s namesake feature, completes the bag. I would also love to wear this during the night with a great pair of heels and a fun outfit! The bag has two interior pockets–one on the front inside with a removable mirror and one on the back interior. The total dimensions of the Twist MM are 9.1″ x 7.1″ x 3.1″, which retails for $4,200 via Louis Vuitton.Without really realizing it, there are probably some aesthetic cues and details that read for you as especially Louis Vuitton. Beyond the apparent logos and prints, or perhaps it is a particular kind of stitching or closure, or the particular way a handle zipper or attachment is shaped, or maybe how the leather is completed. They’re difficult to describe one by one, but together, they’re what make you have a look at a new bag and guess it is from 1 spot or another, absent a clear logo.


    Nowadays, I mainly use the GM for travel or if I’m making a run to our house, and will need to bring all of the contents of my purse, in addition to other things like a laptop, agenda, laptops, magazines, my camera along with any additional miscellaneous items that I seem to always require! If you are a mother, the GM size could be incredibly handy, as it fits load of things and is still quite stylish However, for me this tote is something that I carry regularly, but not daily. I still use this two or three times per week, I just don’t use it as my regular handbag.I radically simplifies the degree to which the Louis Vuitton Neverfull GM handbag will change my life (fit my husband rolling his eyes here). I am writing this post is because this handbag entered my radar about a year ago and I delayed buying it because I couldn’t determine which print to proceed with and I (wrongfully) believed I did not want another Louis Vuitton handbag. I don’t need you to make the same mistake. The drawback? The Louis Vuitton Neverfull GM version is $980, but that is much, much less compared to the vast majority of Louis Vuitton handbags.


    • For starers, I love the overall shape of this Twist MM. Any bag which can be worn across the shoulder and crossbody is one that I consider perfect for me. I love the semi automatic strap, and I feel that is just one huge plus of the bag! I also love how the tote comes with an enjoyable take on vintage monogram, also is also mixed with black leather. One of my biggest pet peeves is blending LV monogram with all of the black I use! I know that it’s classic and may totally be done, but the fact that this bag has both black and brown in it makes it even better. The floral is eye-catching and fun, along with the LV twistable lock, that’s the tote’s namesake feature, completes the bag. I would also like to wear this during the night with a fantastic pair of heels and a fun outfit! The tote has two inside slit pockets–one on front interior with a detachable mirror and one on the rear interior. The total dimensions of the Twist MM are 9.1″ x 7.1″ x 3.1″, which retails for $4,200 through Louis Vuitton.Without really understanding it, there are probably some aesthetic cues and details that read to you as particularly Louis Vuitton. Beyond the obvious logos and prints, maybe it’s a certain type of stitching or closure, or the particular way a handle attachment or zipper is shaped, or maybe how the leather is finished. They are hard to describe one, but together, they’re what make you look at a new tote and suspect it’s from 1 place or another, absent a clear emblem. For Fall 2018, Louis Vuitton’s runway bags have dispensed with almost all those visual signifiers, and in their place you’ll discover innovative leather finishes and interesting hardware.


    • The most striking bags at the collection are frame-top choices that industrialize out much of this overt primness of this shape. They’re still neat and formal, but the endings make them feel futuristic rather than retro, which is a true challenge with frame bags. They also don’t feel very Louis Vuitton, but that seems to be the point. Perhaps Louis Vuitton can be lots of things.For purists, the collection comprises some of these favorites of Nicolas Ghesquiere’s tenure, like the Twist and Petite Malle bags, in addition to a few that feel much more classically Vuitton, down into the monogram details. And as with all Vuitton’s runway collections, this represents only a tiny fraction of the bags that will be made for the summer season, and it’s only the very forward-thiinking; there will surely be plenty of traditionally Vuitton luggage to go around. Check out all of the runway bags below. As regular PurseBlog readers have probably noticed, I have mostly loved Louis Vuitton’s work over the past couple seasons. Designer Nicolas Ghesquiere has hit his stride with the brand, and particularly, how his accessories department unites the classic LV monogram fabric with vibrant leathers in clean-lined, contemporary designs has made one of the luxury world’s earliest icons feel fresh again. And I’m far from the only one who is impressed: Vuitton bags are going out of stock left and right. Enter the Louis Vuitton Millefeuille Tote, the hottest new design to use the monogram-and-leather approach that’s won so many fans.


    • The front and rear compartments are line in contrasting colours of microfiber with monogram canvas exteriors, while the central compartment is at a third color of calf leather. The exterior compartments are largely open on the top ( the front one closes with a turnlock that pokes through to the tote’s exterior), whereas the middle part is sealed with double zippers.The existence of the 3 distinct compartments is that the Millefeuille’s primary design feature–the two outside monogram components have a different colour of leather on their side to make them more visually distinct, and the bag is not assembled at the bottom in an externally obvious manner. In the other side, the Millefeuille seems somewhat like the office satchel version of a Céline Trio.For mepersonally, this is the point where the design starts to get strange. There are many contrasting colours and compartments the Millefeuille feels a bit visually cluttered and unedited to me personally, and the open pockets provide the tote an unfinished sense that doesn’t really work on a bag with a complex structure. I am also not totally certain how front closed will operate; the turnlock comes through the front with no pink leather enclosure, and that seems to use a tiny strip of leather to loop through the lock. If that is the case, it seems as though the bag might be a bit annoying to get in and out of, even if you mean to use the front third of its structure.In other ways, though, the bag gets high marks. The bag currently comes in two variations–pink and red. Both retail for a price of $2,960, and both are currently in stock at Louis Vuitton’s website.


    • The front and rear compartments are line in contrasting colours of microfiber with monogram canvas exteriors, while the central compartment is at a third colour of calf leather. The exterior compartments are largely open on the top ( the front one closes with a turnlock that pokes through to the tote’s exterior), while the middle portion is sealed with dual zippers.The existence of the three distinct compartments is that the Millefeuille’s main design feature–the two outside monogram pouches have a different colour of leather in their side to make them even more visually different, and the bag is not gathered at the bottom in an externally apparent way. In the side, the Millefeuille seems somewhat like the workplace satchel version of a Céline Trio.For mepersonally, this is the point where the design starts to find strange. There are many contrasting colours and compartments the Millefeuille feels a bit visually disorganized and unedited to me, and the open compartments give the bag an unfinished feel that does not quite work on a tote with a complex arrangement. I am also not totally sure the front closed will operate; the turnlock comes through the front without the pink leather enclosure, which seems to use a tiny strip of leather to loop through the lock. If that’s the case, it seems as if the bag may be a little annoying to get in and out of, if you mean to use the front third of its structure.In other ways, however, the bag gets high marks. The bag currently comes in two versions–red and pink. The two retail for a price of $2,960, and both are now in stock at Louis Vuitton’s web site.


    • You can always find my keys. I love this monogrammed keychain which makes it easy to place my keys, plus it is only around $35! As I mentioned previously I use this Louis Vuitton key pouch each day for my driver’s license, cards and money. It surprisingly fits a lot of stuff inside and makes it really easy to change purses!! (Earlier I had this crucial pouch, I would switch purses and accidentally leave my wallet or cash in the other purse.) When I use this key pouch I do not even need a wallet. And lastly, my laptop and cell phone also constantly go with me everywhere! Since lots of my job revolves around social media, having these things with me constantly is essential. Also – how adorable is this Kate Spade telephone case that I ordered recently?! After posting a “What’s In My Bag?” Video per month, so ago in my youtube station, I received quite a little feedback wanting a comparison of my Louis Vuitton Neverfull MM and GM bags. I have always been a lover of handbags, and leap any opportunity I get to talk about them! The Louis Vuitton Neverfull is undoubtedly one of my favorite designer purses and, if your budget allows, is a great investment piece. It is the most flexible, and traditional bag (other than the Chanel classic flap-of class), available on the current market, and that I do not foresee it going away anytime soon. I have always had this impulse of overusing something if I really like it. Whether its my favorite restaurant, dinner, film, or clothes shop, If I love it, you will find me there nonstop! This could be because there’s another bag in my list, that I wish to buy, however when summer rolled around this year the only thing I could think about was the Louis Vuitton Neverfull MM from the Damier Azur printing. I have been collecting Louis Vuitton for several years now and I do really love the brand. To be able to finish this article, I wanted to provide a little backstory, on why it is that I’ve got TWO unique versions of the same handbag. So, if you’re here strictly for your contrast of the MM and GM, skip down to see that!


    • Next, I always always carry laptops around with me in my handbag (I’ve done this because I was a little girl!) . I like to keep To do lists, packing lists, etc., and at times arbitrary jolts of inspiration will strike while I’m out and I want somewhere to jot down them. I picked these up notebooks from Target at the office supplies section. The polka dotted one states “Goal Digger” – they’re cute & a reminder to go after your dreams!I also take a few pens – my mom bought me the adorable Golden Retriever pencil so that it’s sentimental to me! My favourite pen to write with predicated on quality is that this Acroball pen from Target. I have a zillion of these around my home and they’re the only pens I will use.You can always find a pair of shades in my bag! My favorites right now are these Celine aviators. I have been sporting them nonstop, they are really lightweight and fit my face perfectly!I’m the lady that constantly has snacks stashed in her tote – I am always out running errands and realize I’m hungry! I like these 100 calorie packs of whole walnuts & almonds (sometimes I buy just the almonds) because they’re a fast, healthful snack. I’m currently trying to avoid processed foods as much as possible, which explains why I turn to whole nuts instead of a granola bar or something processed!Next is this gorgeous Louis Vuitton Pallas wallet which I picked up in Charleston. I really don’t use this wallet daily because I typically use my primary pouch – but I purchased it to use some upcoming trips. I believe it will be a fantastic travel wallet, particularly if you’re going out of the country! The 2 photos above show the front and back view. I love the way the “Rose Ballerine” colour complements the standard monogram print.


    • You can always find my keys. I love this monogrammed keychain that makes it easy to spot my keys, plus it is only around $35! As I mentioned previously I use this Louis Vuitton key pouch daily for my driver’s license, cards and money. It surprisingly matches a lot of stuff inside and makes it really simple to change purses!! (Before I had this crucial pouch, I’d switch purses and inadvertently leave my wallet or money in the other purse.) While I use this vital pouch I don’t even need a wallet. And lastly, my notebook and mobile phone also always go with me everywhere! Since a lot of my job revolves around social networking, having these things with me at all times is vital. Also – how adorable is this Kate Spade telephone case which I ordered recently?! After posting a “What’s In My Bag?” Video per month, or so ago on my youtube station, I received quite a bit of feedback wanting a contrast of my Louis Vuitton Neverfull MM and GM bags. I have always been a fan of handbags, and leap any opportunity I get to talk about them! The Louis Vuitton Neverfull is undoubtedly one of my favorite designer bags and, if your budget permits, is an excellent investment piece. It’s the most flexible, and classic tote (besides the Chanel classic flap-of class), available on the current market, and that I do not expect it going away anytime soon. I’ve always had this impulse of overusing a thing if I really like it. Whether my favourite restaurant, meal, movie, or clothes shop, If I love it, you may find me nonstop! However, when it comes to handbags, I haven’t really been one to “repurchase” the same bag. This could be because there’s another bag in my list, which I want to purchase, however when summer rolled around this season that the only thing I could think about was that the Louis Vuitton Neverfull MM in the Damier Azur print. I’ve been amassing Louis Vuitton for many years now and I do really love the brand. In order to complete this post, I wished to provide a little backstory, on why it’s that I’ve got TWO different versions of the same handbag. Consequently, if you’re here strictly for your comparison of the MM and GM, jump down to see that!

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      100% Authentic Louis Vuitton Monogram Pochette Metis

      Louis Vuitton Pochette Metis with gold-tone hardware, single flat top handle, detachable flat shoulder strap, single exterior zip pocket, three interior compartments, chocolate Alcantara lining and S-lock closure at front flap.

      Good pre-owned condition with gentle signs of use.
      Outside: Good. Minor wear at leather from gently used.
      Inside: Very good. Minor wear at lining from gently used.
      Hardware: Minor scuffs at surface of hardware
      Odor: None

      Date code reads DR1126. No dust bag and box.

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      Brand:

      Louis Vuitton

      Color:

      Brown
      Brown

      Fabric:

      canvas

      Measurements:

      9″L x 3″W x 8″H

      Style/Collection:

      Louis Vuitton Monogram Pochette Metis

      Louis Vuitton Style Name:

      Métis

      Type:

      Satchels

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      Louis Vuitton Satchels
      LV
      monogram
      metis
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